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A bison in a field in the Yukon


Where beauty runs wild

Find inspiration in the wide-open spaces of the Yukon. Iconic wilderness parks and a dynamic First Nations culture draw you in, as you canoe mighty rivers, pan for gold in the Klondike, and dance under the midnight sun. In this territory, one thing is certain: adventure will be your guide.

Here, a quarter of the population are Indigenous Peoples — including 14 First Nations and eight language groups. The Kwanlin Dün First Nation. The Kluane First Nation. The Tagish First Nation. Their ancestors have called this vast region home for more than 12,000 years, and they have remarkable stories and experiences to share.   

Be captivated by these vibrant cultures through visits to cultural centres or museums like the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre. Enjoy traditional dance, storytelling and art at a festival like the Adäka Cultural Festival. Embark on a fishing tour with a local Indigenous guide who has generations of knowledge to share. No visit to the Yukon is complete without taking the time to gain a deeper understanding of its very first residents.


A skater on a frozen Yukon lake

Whitehorse (otherwise known as the Wilderness City) has long been a beacon in the far north, from prospectors in the bygone gold rush era to modern-day treasure hunters searching for the northern lights and a jackpot of natural wonder.


Don’t miss the iconic spots and hidden gems. No matter where you go in the Yukon, there are amazing itinerary ideas for you to explore.

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Yukon Deluxe Winter Northern Lights  External Link Title

From USD $1,832 per person (double occupancy)

4 days / 3 nights

The Yukon Territory is home to one of the world’s best locations to view the Northern Lights. Experience authentically Canadian winter sports, from dogsledding, ice fishing, snowshoeing, or snowmobiling, this journey awakens your inner explorer. The adventure is memorable from Whitehorse to the remote Marsh Lake cabin where you will stay overnight. There’s a reason this is our most popular Yukon package.


Northern Lights & Gold Rush Glory  External Link Title

From USD $1,095 per person

6 days / 5 nights

Dawson City is renowned for its pivotal role in the Klondike Gold Rush. It thrives as a bustling tourist destination during the summer months, but come winter, it undergoes a remarkable transformation into a tranquil winter retreat. This is when you have the golden opportunity to embrace the unique character of this charming northern town, away from the crowds. Engage in spirited conversations with the locals over drinks at the bar, revel in the thrill of snowmobiling, or embark on a guided tour to witness the awe-inspiring beauty of the Tombstone Territorial Park.

Large log cabins with a red steel rooves are surrounded by a field of long green grass and purple flowers. Beside one cabin is a black and white teepee.
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The fall season in the Yukon is an explosion of colour. The mountain landscape is filled with shades of yellow and orange, while the night sky is decorated with the blue and green Northern Lights. This itinerary includes four nights at the Northern Lights Resort and Spa so you can get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Maximize your time outdoors with guided visits to nearby attractions.